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5 things to do this weekend

The band Vartey Ganiva will perform this Friday night.
The band Vartey Ganiva will perform this Friday night. Hong Menea

5 things to do this weekend

It’s the end of the week, and that means it’s time to fill up your social calendar with fun activities for the days ahead. Get cultured with concerts of all kinds, sports, exhibitions, fashion, and a language class or two. Below are some events we think you’d like.

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Cambodian rapper Khmer1Jivit will perform with his own style and lyrics.
Cambodian rapper Khmer1Jivit will perform with his own style and lyrics. Photo supplied

HIP-HOP TAKEOVER

A monthly block party is reborn with the debut of this new event, featuring rapper Khmer1Jivit, tunes from DJ CN and street artist Mate 2, who will be doing live painting.

Cloud, #32 Street 9. July 21, 8pm-2am

CONCERT: VARTEY GANIVA

The punk, psychedelia and alternative rock four-piece fronted by singer Vartey Ganiva bring powerful tunes championing the strength of Khmer women.

Alchemy GastroPub, #36 Street 123. July 21, 9pm-11pm

SUSHI BUFFET

Japanese Chef Katayama prepares this weekly buffet. $35 per person.

Hachi at Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeetra, Sothearos Boulevard. July 22, 11:30am-2:30pm

Pianist Shuenda Wong will perform Chopin's works.
Pianist Shuenda Wong will perform Chopin's works. Photo supplied

CLASSICAL MUSIC CONCERT: CHOPIN

The classical music concert series continues with a performance of pieces by Frederic Chopin.

Meta House, #37 Sothearos Boulevard. July 23, 8pm

PHSAR DON-DON

Clothing store Don Don Down takes over the café, which will also be accepting clothing donations to be given to an organization working in poor areas.

Ripple Café, #34b Street 360. July 23, 1pm-5pm

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